Bonds round-up: Chile, LBBW, Orix, Egypt
CLP to exit coal assets by 2050 amid end to new investments
Asian electricity firm CLP has pledged to no longer invest in new coal-fired power stations ahead of exiting all its coal assets by 2050.
ESG data files - part 3: Ratings reports under the microscope
A look at how three of the biggest ESG raters rate three companies - Johnson & Johnson, Standard Chartered and BYD - reveals significant differences in the conclusions they reach. Graham Cooper reports
Bond round-up: Societe Generale, Ferrovie, Posco, BKW Group and more...
New York State Housing Finance Agency has issued a preliminary statement announcing its intention to issue two sustainability bonds amounting to $72.77 million and $9.6 million.
Green Bonds round-up, 26 June
BBVA issued its first green bond, also for €1 billion, in May 2018. Since then it has issued two much smaller bonds, in September 2018 and February 2019.
27 firms sign up to green finance principles for Belt and Road
A set of green financing guidelines for China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has received backing from 27 firms around the world.
Bonds round-up: ICBC, Banque Postale, ABN Amro, ERG, Yorkshire Water, Woolworths, Shinhan Bank, IADB, Chile, Otto, Arizona State University, NYC Housing, OPIC, Nomura, Trianon
La Banque Postale has issued its first green bond, raising €750 million ($849 million).
Barclays' energy policy backs tar sand projects with 'big money', say campaigners
Barclays' revised energy policy has been criticised by environmental pressure groups as underwhelming in ambition, as it provides "big money" for tar sand projects.
Set sustainable lending policy to reap reward, emerging market banks told
Banks operating in Southeast Asia and parts of Latin America have an ‘historic opportunity’ to reap multi-trillion-dollar benefits by adopting or improving their sustainable lending policies, according to Global Canopy.